Date June 7, 2017
__edited, Cambrian Explosion, Computer Simulations, Darwinism, digital Cambrian explosion, Evolution, evolution simulations, Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics, Natural Selection, Robert J. Marks, teleology, William Dembski
Why Digital Cambrian Explosions Fizzle … Or Fake It
June 7, 2017
Guest Winston Ewert
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This episode of
ID the Future features a follow-up interview with Winston Ewert, co-author of An Introduction to Evolutionary Informatics.
Ewert and host Ray Bohlin dive deeper into the sometimes surreal world of computer evolution simulations. And they take a closer look at attempts to simulate one of biology’s great mysteries, the Cambrian Explosion.
Winston Ewert Senior Fellow, Senior Research Scientist, Software Engineer Winston Ewert is a software engineer, intelligent design researcher, and Senior Fellow of Discovery Institute's Walter Bradley Center on Natural and Artificial Intelligence. He received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Computer Science from Trinity Western University, a Master’s Degree from Baylor University in Computer Science, and a PhD from Baylor University in Electrical and Computer Engineering. His specializes in computer simulations of evolution, specified complexity, information theory, and the common design of genomes. He is a Senior Research Scientist at Biologic Institute, a Senior Researcher at the Evolutionary Informatics Lab, and a Fellow of the Bradley Center.